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  • Offline kfrogzx7   gb

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #10 on: Jun 07, 2022, 09.48 am
    Jun 07, 2022, 09.48 am
    *Originally Posted by chuckxc [+]
    Everyone on this forum is entitled to their own opinions, right or wrong, but there is no place for ignorant comments like that here.

    I'm not going to apologise for something I meant it in a light hearted way. I just meant that E10 is a rubbish product, it's the green agenda gone potty.

    PS BTW no forum would exist, on any subject, if there wasn't a place on them for ignorant comments  :001:


    Last Edit: Jun 07, 2022, 10.07 am by kfrogzx7

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #11 on: Jun 07, 2022, 12.22 pm
    Jun 07, 2022, 12.22 pm
    *Originally Posted by kfrogzx7 [+]
    I'm not going to apologise for something I meant it in a light hearted way. I just meant that E10 is a rubbish product, it's the green agenda gone potty.

    PS BTW no forum would exist, on any subject, if there wasn't a place on them for ignorant comments  :001:




    As long as you realise you spouted ignorant comments of which has no factual relevance.

  • Offline kfrogzx7   gb

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #12 on: Jun 07, 2022, 05.47 pm
    Jun 07, 2022, 05.47 pm
    *Originally Posted by coddy [+]



    As long as you realise you spouted ignorant comments of which has no factual relevance.

    Whoa there everyone, I've apologised, not a very friendly board this is it ?
    Why do you think you have any right to police my comments and question my opinion ?
    There's a large body of opinion backed up by testing that E10 is a less efficient fuel both in terms of mpg and energy content ( ie performance ).
    How can you think that the sentence above is justified, I'm not a child that you can condescendingly correct you know.

    .... and anyway its "have" not "has"

    I'm going to leave this board in a bit of a huff now , enjoy your Triumphs, bye.

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #13 on: Jun 07, 2022, 08.00 pm
    Jun 07, 2022, 08.00 pm
    Don't go Kfrog........I know what you meant and how you meant it.

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #14 on: Jun 08, 2022, 04.20 pm
    Jun 08, 2022, 04.20 pm
    *Originally Posted by hans471 [+]
    My Tiger 900 GT Pro is still new. It only has a bit over 1,000 miles on it now. I ride mostly two-up with the wifeÖÖ

    FWIW, my 2021 T900ís MPG got better the more miles I put on the bike.  Mine started out about 49MPG too and now routinely reads 56-57MPG @ 7000 miles on the odometer.  I only ride one up and havenít changed where or how I ride.  At first I thought it was my imagination until it kept creeping upwards.  Thatís mostly on Ethanol free 90 octane gasoline.  (US gallons, and octane scale)
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    Plus over a dozen other bikes that I loose track of but my wife constantly reminds me of.  :006:  North Conway, New Hampshire

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #15 on: Jun 08, 2022, 09.01 pm
    Jun 08, 2022, 09.01 pm
    Well guys Iím getting to the stage after biking for fifty years that petrol whatever mix is getting beyond my frugal pension pot. At least my little cheap sailing dinghy uses wind.
    SailorBoy

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #16 on: Jun 13, 2022, 04.00 am
    Jun 13, 2022, 04.00 am
    I average between 54 to 61 mpg (imperial) on E10. I weigh about 12 stone and have a top box permanently on the machine which is mainly in sport mode. I don't violently accelerate or exceed mid 70's when motorway cruising.

    The furthest I travelled on a tank of fuel was from Connel Esso fuel stop (Oban) to Tebay on the M6, about 228 miles. The Computer reported I had 11 miles of fuel left. Note; on M74/M6 I was mostly in Cruise control mode. The weather conditions were great (for once).

     Note; I had my fingers tightly crossed after Carlisle heading south. 😀

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    Re: Fuel efficiency Tiger 900
    Reply #17 on: Jun 15, 2022, 08.47 pm
    Jun 15, 2022, 08.47 pm
    I've noticed an improvement in my fuel consumption as I have added the miles.  It was quite sudden and marked and I now get 57-60mpg (Imperial), whereas I used to get 51-55.  The bike is 2 years old and has done 7,000 miles.

    Regards,

    Richard